On the afternoon of June 2nd at 15:09, the reception desk at Kateri School received a phone call from an unknown individual who made a threat against the school. Fortunately, classes were already dismissed at the time of the call.
Officers immediately moved to secure the building and ensure the safety of those still inside the school.
At 15:08, Karonhianonha school received a suspicious call from the same phone number as the caller to Kateri School. The caller did not say anything and the receptionist disconnected the call.
The Kahnawake Peacekeepers are investigating the origins of this call with assistance from outside agencies.
The Kahnawake education centre elected to close all schools under their control as a precaution. Officers are posted at the child care facilities that remain open.
More information will be released when it becomes available
Officers Richard Kennedy and Cole Kirby are at École Nationale de Police du Quebec for Police Recognition Day. The officers are participating in ceremonies to honour officers who were killed in the line of duty.
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On February 24th 2021,Peacekeeper Team B made a slight alteration to their uniforms for Pink Shirt Day. Kahnawake’s schools and organizations participate in the anti-bullying campaign, each year.
On the evening of February 13th 2021, at 17:36, Peacekeepers executed a search warrant at a residence on Rabaska Road. The purpose of the warrant was to locate illicit cannabis that the suspect was advertising as part of a Valentines gift package, across multiple social media platforms. During the operation a local woman, aged 27, was placed under arrest. Peacekeepers seized 58 items containing suspected illicit cannabis, in several different forms. The suspect was later released on a promise to appear, charges pending are distribution of illicit cannabis and possession for the purposes of distribution.
On September 30th, 2020, Members of Team E wore Orange to educate people, and promote awareness in Canada about the residential school system and the impact it has had on Indigenous communities for over a century.